• Kris Jenner purchased the first 2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost in North America
  • The netizens have mixed opinions on Jenner's luxury vehicle purchase
  • Jenner made the purchase with car dealership O'Gara Coach  

Kris Jenner became the first owner of the Rolls-Royce Ghost in North America, but the netizens were not impressed with her purchase because they found it insensitive especially since many are struggling amid the pandemic.

The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star, 65, just added a new vehicle to her car collection. Jenner is the first owner of the 2021 Rolls-Royce Ghost in North America after closing the deal with car dealership O'Gara Coach, which was announced on Instagram Wednesday, People reported.

"We are thrilled that the first Ghost Delivered in North America went to our beloved client @krisjenner," the caption of the post read.

However, the netizens were not quite impressed with the purchase. Many felt that it was untimely because of the pandemic where many are struggling after losing their jobs.

"$330k - must be nice to spend that kind of money when ppl everyday are losing jobs, their homes during a PANDEMIC," one commented on Instagram.

"So, some of us are just struggling to make ends-meet, and she pays more than my entire mortgage for a car??? Seriously, I don't understand the mentality," another added.

"So many people could be fed with that amount of money, they should be so ashamed of their absolute greed for material possessions, especially when families are struggling to feed their kids ,shame on you," another user commented on Twitter.

"But of course a Kardashian/Jenner is so out of touch along with @people to think anyone is surprised she has a $330k car and it’s announced in the middle of over 3,000 deaths in one day #readtheroom #coronavirus #notwoke," a different user added.

Another user said the post of Jenner purchasing a new car was “super tone deaf.” A different netizen asked if it was necessary, while many said they didn’t care.

Meanwhile, some netizens supported Jenner. Several left clapping hands and fire emoji on O'Gara Coach's post on Instagram.

"Love her!" one wrote.

"Yea Kris!!!" another added

"Such a boss. Love her," one fan wrote with clinking glasses emoji.

The Kardashian-Jenner clan announced earlier that their reality show, "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," will be ending next year after 20 seasons. However, the family will be heading to Hulu, because they just signed a multi-year partnership with the network, Jenner announced on Instagram.

Jenner_Kris Kris Jenner at the premiere of “American Woman” at Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles on May 31, 2018. Photo: Getty Images/Presley Ann